|1953 commercial for Joy dishwashing liquid|
A low-budget 1953 commercial for "Joy" dish-washing liquid. Features the cheapest advertising jingle in the history of humanity.
Keywords: 1953; Commercial; Classic TV; Classic TV Commercial; Cheap; Low Budget
|1952 Anti-Prejudice PSA (No. 2)|
A 1952 anti-prejudice PSA. With very cheap animation.
Keywords: Classic PSA; 1952; 1950s; Public Service Announcement; Cheap animation
|1960 commercial for Milk-Bone dog biscuits|
A 1960 commercial for the Milk-Bone dog biscuit. Features cheap animation.
Keywords: Classic TV Commercial; 1960; 1960s; Dog Biscuit; Food; Edible; Dog; Cheap animation; Dog food
|1953 Commercial for Duz laundry soap (Ad 3)|
A really low budget 1953 commercial for Duz laundry soap (not a detergent at the time). This was taken from a daytime program. Notice how the guy holds the box of Duz as if it were a loved one.
Keywords: Classic TV Commercial; Duz; Low budget; Low-Budget; Cheap; Laundry Soap; Advertising; Advertisement; Live commercial
|Three 1950 Commercials from ''Okay, Mother''|
The episode itself has been uploaded, but here are all 3 commercials that aired during the sole surviving episode of "Okay, Mother", a popular daytime series of the early 1950s. Episode air date circa 1950. Products promoted are: Phillips Milk of Magnesia Toothpaste, Bayer Aspirin, Double Danderine. Also included here is a very amusing example of early product placement (for Wonderbread and Bond Bread) that didn't go exactly as planned!
Keywords: 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Advertising; Classic TV; Classic TV Commercials; Low Budget; Cheap; Aspirin; Toothpaste
|1953 Commercial for Duz laundry soap (Ad 2)|
A very very low-budget live commercial for Duz laundry soap. Very cheaply made, particularly compared with the Ivory soap commercial in the same broadcast. Aired on a CBS daytime show.
Keywords: Classic TV Commercial; Low budget; Low-Budget; Cheap; Laundry Soap; Advertising; Advertisement; Duz
|1955 PSA - The Life You Save May Be Your Own|
A 1955 psa for save driving. This aired in a daytime show, hence why it is very basic. I believe the voice-over may have been live.
Keywords: Classic PSA; PSA; Public Service Announcement; Cheap; Low budget; Low-budget
|1957 Commercial for Kodak Brownie Home Movie Camera|
A 1957 Commercial for the Kodak Brownie Home-Movie camera. Like many brownie products of the time, it was inexpensive, but far less advanced than the more expensive models. Nevertheless these helped increase photography to a amazing degree.
Keywords: 1957; Cheap; Old; Commercial; TV; Television; Classic TV Commercial; 1950s; 50s; Inedible; Not Food; Kodak; Home Movie Camera